Plantar Fasciitis

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Hi, I’m 56 years old and I have a history of plantar fasciitis on my left leg. 1 month ago I felt a pop under my foot when I was getting into my truck. Now my toes are in a situation that they want to curl inward. I am not able to walk continuously, but my foot MRI shows nothing. The pain on my foot started to spread over my left hip and lower back. I had my nerve conduction test and that too shows nothing. What’s wrong with me? Or the doctors I have consulted are useless?. One of my friends suggested me to appoint a foot care nurse from C-care Health Services. What do you people think? Should I go for this or a surgery?

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First go for a treatment as you mentioned. Think about the surgery later.

Did you have an MRI with contrast?  Sounds like you had a plantar fascial rupture. Get a second opinion.

I would agree that you may have ruptured the fascia. Don't know how common that is, but would definitely recommend an MRI. All the best. Let us know how you make out.

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